Category Archives: SOA

Throttling – A Variation

In my last post I showed how simple request rate based throttling could be adapted to provide a more proactive approach to managing service consumption limits; applicable to a range of scenarios like capacity management, service metering and critical service … Continue reading

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Request throttling – a proactive approach

I recently saw this great article by Mark O’Neill, CTO at Vordel about throttling. Take a look here http://www.soatothecloud.com/2011/07/how-to-configure-throttling-on-vordel.html. Mark assumes you have a degree of familiarity with either the Vordel Gateway or Oracle Enterprise Gateway, if you don’t then … Continue reading

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Introduction

One question that I am often asked is “So what does a gateway do anyway?” Many think of it just as a piece of security infrastructure that “secures web services and XML traffic”, and yes it does that (too). Others … Continue reading

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